TabulaRasaDV offers a guided path for survivors to receive time-sensitive and needed services with support in a trauma informed environment, while providing an uninterrupted transition to escape, heal, rebuild, and thrive.

Our TR Counseling Service offers prompt and direct support to survivors and their children. Our services are delivered on an emergency and intervention basis. It is strongly encouraged that all our clients receive counseling within 24-48 hours of a
domestic violence incident. This rapid response is crucial for their ability to decompress and process the traumatic experience effectively.

Are you struggling with the decision to seek counseling?

Many survivors hesitate due to the fear of judgment or the belief that they can overcome their experiences without professional help. However, the reality is that trauma affects individuals in diverse ways, and its profound effects may not be immediately visible.

Our aim is to provide a safe, non-judgmental, and trauma-informed space for our clients to embark on their healing journey. We acknowledge that the decision to start counseling is a personal one, and we are here whenever you feel ready.

Finding the right connection

In the event that you and your therapist do not form a suitable connection, don’t lose hope. You have the right to request a different therapist or explore other therapy facilities.
Additionally, you can reach out to your case manager or DV Support Advocate for
assistance in finding a new therapist.

Taking the first step

Are you prepared to take the first step toward healing? While we don’t force therapy, we strongly encourage and support it whenever you feel ready. Remember, you are not alone in this journey, and we are here to help and support you.

DV Support offers direct independent assistance to survivors, ensuring that those who feel unheard receive the support they need to amplify their voice and safeguard their rights. The service aids clients in accessing and comprehending relevant information and services, empowering survivors to advocate for themselves while providing them with the tools to make informed decisions. DV Support plays a vital role in helping survivors gather, comprehend, and navigate the information and advice provided by others.

DV Support provides independent support to survivors, by helping those who feel they are not being heard and to ensure the clients voice and rights are communicated and respected. This service assists the client to access and understand appropriate information and services. Encouraging survivors in the power of their voice to self-advocate, while ensuring they have the tools to make clear and well-informed decisions. DV Support help survivors gather, understand, and process the information and advice they are given by others.

SNAP: Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) helps low-income people buy the food they need for good health.

You may be able to get SNAP benefits if you:

  • work for low wages,
  • are unemployed or work part time,
  • receive Temporary Cash Assistance (TCA) or other public assistance payments,
  • are elderly or disabled and live on a small income, or
  • are homeless.

Local departments of Social Services run the program through their local offices. The following basic rules apply in most States, but a few States have different rules.

The amount of SNAP benefits you can get is based on the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Maximum Allotment, which is an estimate of how much it costs to buy food to prepare nutritious, low-cost meals for your household. This estimate is changed every year to keep pace with food prices.

The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program defines a household as a group of people who live together and buy food and prepare meals together. If your household passes the program’s eligibility tests, the amount of food benefits you get will depend on the number of people in your household and on how much monthly income is left after certain expenses (deductions) are subtracted.

TabulaRasaDV can assist you with applying at (240) 720-7868 or you can apply directly online at


Our TRA Program (Transportation Relocation Assistance Program) provides victims and their children with vital transportation services needed to connect them with essential services they need to assist them in their relocation journey to safety, commute to healthcare appointments, work, and educational programs. Transportation is a large barrier for survivors of domestic violence when attempting to obtain a safe, affordable, and dependable means to escape and continue their journey free from abuse.

TeenSpeakUp (TSU) is a dedicated initiative that aims to raise awareness, educate, and intervene in domestic violence among youth. Through youth table talks, workshops, conferences, an ambassador program, and interactive art expressions, TSU actively addresses the crucial issues surrounding domestic violence.

Our program breaks the silence surrounding domestic violence and provides a secure and confidential space for young individuals to openly discuss their experiences, whether in relationships, homes, or among friends. We recognize the diversity in how each child and teen responds to domestic violence, emphasizing the importance of tailoring support to meet their unique needs. Even within the same family, individuals may require different levels of care.

TSU empowers youth and teens through a variety of creative outlets, including the arts, creative writing, music, and theater. Educational workshops are conducted to teach them the skills needed to build and maintain healthy relationships. Additionally, focus groups provide resources for proper communication and expression of emotions. Through these multifaceted initiatives, our goal is to equip young individuals with a platform for self-expression, learning, and embarking on a healing journey.

TRDV-Report™ stands as an online resource designed to aid in awareness and prevention of sexual and intimate partner violence. The platform offers a global background check service, empowering survivors of domestic violence and individual to conduct research on potential partners. By doing so, they can ensure that their prospective partners have no history of domestic abuse perpetration or offenses. TRDV-Report™ plays a crucial role in assisting individuals in making informed decisions about their relationships.

Operated by TRDV, Inc., a company specializing in providing education, training, and solutions for domestic violence, TRDV-Report™ serves as the background reporting service. The platform addresses the lack of a national domestic violence/intimate partner violence registry, recognizing the unfortunate reality that many offenders are repeat offenders. In the absence of a centralized registry, individuals often remain unaware of potential dangers they may face before entering into relationships.

Given the current absence of domestic violence registries, TRDV-Report™ fills a critical gap by offering a tool that contributes to the safety and well-being of individuals seeking to establish healthy and secure relationships.

Disclaimer: TRDV-Report does not guarantee nor hold any liability to the person or persons background checks who may have unreported history of violence. Many abusers go undetected or unreported due to the fear of the victims. It’s always important to maintain safety in any relationship and never ignore your gut instincts.